An engraved metal sign 10”w x 7~h fastened to the chain link fence 60”w x 9OWd x 45~h surrounding a grave covered with cobblestones, located at 1150 N 25th Ave. in Greeley. Faces W

How to get there:
From US-34 in Greeley, take 23rd Avenue north to its end, thence left (west) to N 25th Avenue, thence right (north) for 0.4 miles to the grave-site, which is on the right (east) side of the road behind a fence. The gravesite can be reached by driving into the grounds of Western Mobile Northern.

Grave of Charles Dixon. Born July 23,1875 and died one month nine days later. Son of Herbert and Agnes Dixon. Brother of Horace Greeley Meeker Cameron Dixon, the first child born in Greeley on June 21, 1870. Marked by Centennial State Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1989.

Charles Dixon (Dickinson) was the first white child to die in Weld (Union) County. He was born July 23, 1875 and died one month and nine days later. He was the son of Herbert and Agnes Dixon and the brother of Horace Greeley Meeker Cameron Dixon, the first white child born in Greeley.